C.N.C. COMENIUS MEETING IN SPAIN 31 May- 4 June 2010 Baeza- Andalusia Countries: Hungary-Spain-Poland-Italy
Flying to Malaga
Under the beautiful Cathedral in Malaga
La Manquita ď Ž MalagaÂ´s cathedral was built between 1528
and 1782 on or near the site of a former mosque. While original plans had allowed for two towers, lack of funds resulted in the completion of only one, giving rise to the name by which the cathedral is affectionately referred to, La Manquita, loosely interpreted as "one armed woman".
Having a rest
Baeza Baeza is a town of approximately 16,200
inhabitants in Andalusia, Spain, in the province of Jaén, perched on a cliff in the Loma de Baeza, a mountain range between the river Guadalquivir on the south and its tributary the Guadalimar on the north. The town has existed since Roman times, when it was called Beatia, but it is chiefly known today as having many of the best-preserved examples of Italian Renaissance architecture in Spain. UNESCO added Baeza and Úbeda to the World Heritage Sites list in 2003.
Baeza- Plaza de Toros
Hotel Convento de la Victoria
The school in Ibros
The Comenius Corner
Visiting the Secondary school
Visiting the Primary school
The Recycling Factory
The Paella ď Ž Paella is a Valencian rice dish that
originated in its modern form in the mid19th century near lake Albufera, a lagoon in Valencia, on the east coast of Spain. Many non-Spaniards view paella as Spain's national dish, but most Spaniards consider it to be a regional Valencian dish. Valencians, in turn, regard paella as one of their identifying symbols.